Author Archives | Rebecca Diemer

About Rebecca Diemer

I serve as the associate director for MBA Programs at George Mason University's School of Business.

Former MBA Student Association President Leaves Mark on MBA Program

October 15, 2014

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Many students pass through the Mason MBA program each year taking away new skills and experiences, but only a few make a lasting impact on the program for future students to come. Ruxandra Arustei, MBA ’11 was one student who did just that. As a full-time student, Arustei had the time and drive to do […]

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Mason MBA Students Witness NYSE History

October 7, 2014

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While George Mason University MBA students enjoy stimulating and rigorous time in the classroom, the rubber meets the road as students see theory in practice during the program’s annual residencies. Each year, the MBA Student Association (MBASA) organizes a two-day trip to New York City for current Mason MBA students to meet and network with […]

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Alumni Spotlight: Abigail Isaac

April 23, 2014

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In the Business of the Arts Following your passion while minding your wallet can often be a challenge—sometimes one that forces you to make a tough decision. For Abigail Isaac, MBA ’13, it was finding a way to make her passion for the arts a sustainable career. Isaac’s interests centered around the arts from a […]

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MBA Scholarship Recipient to Participate in CEO Mentorship

April 8, 2014

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Chris Plourde, an MBA student at the School of Management, was recently awarded the newly established Pete Bianco Scholarship. The scholarship allows for a selected MBA student to participate in MindShare, an exclusive, invitation-only program comprised of CEOs of Washington, D.C., area companies. As the recipient of this scholarship, Plourde will have the opportunity to network with […]

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Student Spotlight: Brock Walker ’14

March 19, 2014

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From Biology to the Treasury: MBA Student Finds Happiness with Numbers Rarely do students pick a major out of the course guide and find the career they hope to pursue. Often it takes exploration and sometimes even hands-on experience to determine what field will be the one that best fits. For Brock Walker, a part-time […]

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